N5 Kanji Course

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N5 Kanji Course

Meaning

In Japanese,千 means “thousand”.

How to read it:

Kunyomi:Not often used
Onyomi:せん

How to write it:

Origin:

You know it will be hard to describe thousand,and in ancient China,the pronunciation of 千 is similar to 人(it means human),so we add one line on top of 人,and it becomes 千,to stand for thousand.

Development:


Vocabulary:

LevelWordReadingMeaningType
BasicいっせんthousandNoun
Basic二千にせんtwo thousandNoun
Basic三千さんぜんthree thousandNoun
Basic四千よんせんfour thousandNoun
Basic五千ごせんfive thousandNoun
Basic六千ろくせんsix thousandNoun
Basic七千ななせんseven thousandNoun
Basic八千はっせんeight thousandNoun
Basic九千きゅうせんnine thousandNoun
Inter一千いっせんone thousandNoun
Adv数千すうせんthousandsNoun
Adv何千なんせんthousandsNoun
H_Adv千鳥ちどりploverNoun
Others千人せんにんthousand peopleNoun
Others千切りちぎりstripsNoun
Others針千本はりせんぼんballoonfishNoun
Others千切れ雲ちぎれぐもpannusNoun
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